WTO Panel Reports on biotech disputes brought against the EU approvals scheme on GMO products (links)

October 2, 2006

Geneva, 29 Sep 2006

The WTO, on 29 September 2006, issued the reports of the panel that had examined complaints by the United States, Canada and Argentina, respectively, against "European Communities – Measures affecting the approval and marketing of biotech products" (DS291, DS292 and DS293).

Full panel report (download page for the 8-part report and 18 annexes)

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